Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival grew out of Old-House Interiors magazine, founded in 1995. The quarterly magazine covers contemporary practitioners as well as the historical antecedents of the continuing Arts & Crafts movement.
When you were a little kid, in the inward years before arithmetic class, did you feel in your heart that there were good numbers and bad ones? For me the even numbers were good, but 3 and 7 gave me the creeps.
Timberlane's Bermuda shutters provide a heartwarming look into the summer breezes; therefore they are often referred to as the Bahama shutter, Island shutter, and Tropical shutter. Originally designed for the tropics and coastal living, the Bermuda shutter, often referred to as the Bahama shutter, is the most romantic of styles. Typically used for sun screening and storm protections, one shutter panel will usually cover the entire window. The Bermuda shutter is hinged from the top and installed with an adjustable or fixed support arm to keep it in an open position -- perfect for capturing ocean breezes during long afternoon siestas!